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to have dimmed heaters talk about how you treat your patrons -- we were lucky to have jim peters talk about how you treat your patrons. the difference i think about this summit was that it had a lot more good information about how to be successful in your business, and i want to say thank you very much. you did a great job. >> these concealed weapons, these are strip clubs. is that stockton and broadway as well? >> i am not sure of the cross street. >> are these in the venues? >> they were out in front of the venue. >> basically loitering around. >> they have ours, but they are not permitted by ross -- they have bars, but they are not permitted by us. >> i was there. we appreciate how they come together and cross fertilize ideas, so for you to be able to do that is wonderful. there was a breakout for open street entertainment and outdoor entertainment. do you know what kinds of ideas came out of that? was there anything interesting? >> between all of them it was basically a breakout of outdoor events producers, and i know there were some challenges. i do not know if they came up with
familiar with the company, slim jim, peter pan peanut butter, and huntz ketchup. earnings more than doubledded and raise the the forecast. that's why there's a move of 6.5% to the upside. this comes after we heard from general mills this week also; right? cheerios and general mills is winner today. food companies are shining on a day where the dow is in the green, but virtually flat, back to you. liz: thank you, nicole. we appreciate it. there's overlap between wall street and washington lately, and you know why. it's all about money. charlie has details on wall street's support of republican presidential nominee, mitt romney. am i just supposed to ignore this -- >> look at this. i can't see, i don't know. liz: cut me, cut me, rock, rock. >> cut me. liz: they say it looks like i punched him. that's what the booth thinks. oh, yeah, that's what happened when you disagree with ms. liz. you get in a fight? >> no, i got a clogged pore. liz: cnbc trying to take you on? >> friends of mine, so, no, he wouldn't. lucky he's smarted that he wouldn't. joe is a friend of mine. as much as we rib
will pass on to you. i want to first of all thank for communications peter daily jim walters, forgetting is going. -- for getting us going. elaine is here, too. we have a copy of the $1 million loan. we have learned there is the assumption of a bond that was converted to debts. we learned that. it was good that we knew that. and we now know the operational costs of the harbor. we see that there are some low hanging fruit, for lack of a better term. they will probably garner $70,000. there are no free rides. there is no longer a free ride. bettis $70,000 a year. landing fees -- there are many non-paying charters the just drop, picked up, do not pay a thing. they have to pay their share. we have to name the harbor something. we do not care. oracle, south beach harbor. we are ok with whatever brings in more money. we what solar energy on the roof. and we appreciate the commuter parker -- commuter parking during the season. there will be a front door handicap button on the front of the car or house within a month for 138 b, and we have agreed that there should be mandatory operation of your
, but they never go out of style. peter in new jersey. peter? >> caller: jim, how it is going? i live in new jersey and i'm talking from high in the sky, 45 rock. how is it going? >> pretty good. i wish you were over here with me. we could knock back a few at the assembly. what's up? >> caller: amr. i know you said coal, coal, coal last night. first of all, the net tangible book is so much lower -- so much higher than the market value and a third of the market book, a third of the book. are hedgies now buying? who is buying? they say -- >> gunners are buying, my friend. gunners. people who just say you know what? i got the take a shot. these are people who take shots. are they banking on a turn in the business? no. they're banking on a takeover. do i think there will be a takeover? i do not recommend stocks on a takeover basis if i think the fundamentals aren't that good. i'll tell you this. i think amr is oversold. i think it can go higher. but i don't like it. let's go to gloria in pennsylvania. gloria. >> caller: hi, jim. how are you? >> real good, gloria. how about you? >> caller: i'm doing wel
. that's what you will see in this debate. peter, i said jim was going to have the last word. >> you did. i'll shut up. >> back over to you, tony. >> allison, thank you very much. >>> still ahead, why you might want to head to virginia to pick the perfect pumpkin this year. >>> and the story that made international headlines. an american student accused of killing her roommate. now her ex-boy friend also accused with the crime is out with a new book about their version of the events.  [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water from the first hands-free system, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill technology, the new ge french door refrigerator puts fresh in a whole new light. come see the new ge french door refrigerator for yourself at bray & scarff. buy now and save up to $500. but hurry this incredible offer ends october 10th. come in today or visit online at brayandscarff.com. but it makes millions off wester marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryl
and what was absolutely wrong and as a result, as jim says, they got pillaried for it. >> and the same issue that had a photo of the manhunt between the former president and the current president, peter baker wrote this, this is a president, referring to president obama, who has yet to realize the lofty expectations that propelled him from obscurity to the oval office. another way of saying he's not living up to the job, i guess, and who's idealism or naivete, or hubris has been tempered, and make a better president the next four years, he promised a lot of things four years ago that have not come true. why are the media not making more of that. >> let's compare this to an auto mechanic. you go in, get your car fixed and a huge bill and falls apart after you drive it off the lot. and the mechanic says, give me more money and i'll fix it. he promised four years ago, he fixed it, he didn't therefore he should be fired. he should be fired. the media don't pick up on whoa. right? get. out. exactly! really?! [ mom ] what? shut the front door. right? woop-woop! franklin delano! [ male announ
, everybody just a sea of orange and then jim johnson came on in the 9th and went 1, 2, and see you. watch this. cal shaking hands with peter up in the box. brian joining us live with more on the great or win at the yard. >> we start with more information about the west nile virus. >> there has been nearly two thousand infected but here there has been one confirmed death. >> christian is here with more on that now and the response tonight. >> reporter: the case in baltimore is in the mill area west of the city. west nile is spread by infected mosquitoes, safe to say that right now there are a lot fewer mosquitoes in millford mill than a few hours ago. . >> reporter: 5-year-old cousins katelyn and sky know what the mosquitoes are after. >> something to eat so they can make your blood. >> reporter: while they wish they would just. >> drink something else. drink juice. >> reporter: that is not likely to happen. now itchy bugs least of the worries. there is worry in the area that a mosquito bite could bring much worse. >> neighbor came over and said i just want to remind you that they wi
to our facebook page but you do. peter does. >> go to facebook, look for "bill press show." it is right there. >> bill: jim calling from augusta, maine. hey, jim, good morning. >> caller: hi, bill. driving in the truck yesterday and i heard the press conference of romney. he was playing president. and all i heard was his arrogance and his -- i saw the bain ceo and how he would -- how he would take care of us smaller people. he just drives me insane. >> bill: i thought the reporters let him off easy yesterday, too, by the way. >> caller: oh, they did. they gave him exactly what he wanted. >> bill: there were a couple of questions, what do you think -- why is this different from what obama would have done. they didn't hit him on the fact hey, america is under attack. i mean this is a terrorist attack. this is a mini version of september 11th. it is not on our property. not nearly so many on our soil. not nearly so many people killed. this was a terrorist attack against americans. by the way that embassy
to the task. with me is peter goodman, executive business editor of the huffington post and allison kill kenny coe host of -- civil rights advocate and jim frederick, editor of "time" magazine who wrote the story, cover story of the agents of outrage. thank you all for being here. >> good to be here. >> i want to start with you, jim. because my primary feeling was that this was a complicated moment. a difficult moment. americans dead in a foreign country on their mission for their country. it somehow became about politics instead of about any of those issues. >> yeah. i think it's pretty clear that romney didn't do himself any favor and knocked the national conversation off track. i think the thing we need to look at is not so much this round of protests. this round of protests is going to blow over. i think what we need to look at are the protests next time and the time after that. because we're seeing a real political shift in the middle east where historically you would have these dictators who would put these types of protests down by stepping on people's next. >> right. >> now you have a
today scratching their heads wondering if this is ever going to peter out. back to you. >> jim, just give me a sense. what were the size of the protests in cairo? i mean, were these -- give us some context. we see maps in this country where we just -- each protest is denoted by a little flash point. give us a sense of the scope of it. >> okay. well, we seemed to have lost connection with jim maceda. thanks so much. thanks for joining us this morning. >>> so let's talk about this idea of -- we had touched upon this as we broke. to what extent are we in the united states and perhaps even in the media overreacting to what is happening across -- i mean, obviously i'm not talking about the deaths and the killings of four of our personnel in libya, but i'm talking looking at these maps with these flashpoints and in fact if there was not this sort of predicate of this movie, would we even be discussing these type of protests? >> you know what's even i think a more significant question is if the four u.s. diplomats had not been killed, diplomats and security people, if they had not been kill
only hope that the protests would peter out. back to you. >> jim, thanks. >>> now to libya, where the hunt is on for those responsible for deadly attack at a u.s. consulate there. eamonn is in benghazi, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, kate. we understand that an fbi team of special agents has arrived here in benghazi. they're keeping a low profile for security reasons and are expected to at some point begin investigating what exactly happened at that consulate. they're going to sift through the ashes and look for any clues that can identify any individuals involved in that attack. we know that the u.s. military has deployed its resources, including drones and other intelligence gathering mechanisms to try to keep an eye and ear out for any of these people involved. they're getting a lot of cooperation from the libyan government. the libyan government says that they believe this was a pre-planned attack, not an outburst of spontaneous violence. and they're also saying that they have four individuals in custody that they are questioning who may have possibly importa
and vision rather than policy differences he has with mitt romney. joining us now are peter fenn, a democratic strategist back from vacation and jim ascenzi, republican strategist. great to have you here. >> great to be back. >> good to see both of you. locate start with michelle obama last night, peter, i'll start with you. how did you think she did? >> i thought it was amazing. it was an emotional speech. hardly a dry eye in the place and very personal. she wrote the speech herself, i'm told. i thought delegates wereup handleibly exit by it, ready to go out and knock on doors which, is what you want and the folks that saw it on the felt the same way. >> jim, what did you think? did you think she did what she needed to do to help -- similar to ann romney last week to personalize obama and give us the other side of him? >> that is right. i think she was like ann romney. the wives of these politicians sometimes do she, look at it from the different light. she is his wife and the mother of his children. that personal touch, even though she's out more in the political arena because
and leisman are really going at it. i kind of like it. >> i'm sending e-mails to him from peter schiff and cc'ing santelli. >> i think it's fabulous. boy, this is a greet debate. >> thanks, jim. >>> coming up, parting shots from our guest host, former fed governor kevin walsh. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with
. ashley: he can indeed. peter barnes thank you. our next guest says investors will be spooked next month by quote, gail force windage of electioneering politicians. we have the editor-in-chief of fidelity investor and fund works. jim, i love that expression. are you expecting a significant pullback before the election next month perhaps? >> we certainly will see a lot of volatility. whether that translates into a pullback, time will tell. october is past election years have not been all that great in the market. going back to 1952 showing on average negative return. that said there is so much negativity globally, let alone domestically i think this market will continue to be able to manage away to climb the walls of worry. ashley: china, so much is said about china. no doubt the economic data shows it is slowing down. have you reduced your exposure to that part of the world? >> we are invested in a tactical manager who is effective short china, long mexico, studying the labor force patterns are beginning to shift, china losing its edge in cheap labor and also the high cost of transportin
higher than that. >> that's cnn's jim acosta with mitt romney in ohio. a closer look at why romney's poll numbers seem to be slipping. let's bring in cnn's political reporter peter hamby. i enjoyed reading your article at cnn.com. >> thank you. >> give us some idea why if you will why the president is running so strong? >> the real problem for mitt romney is in the meat of the polls. he has advantage on economy, taxes, democrats rarely have advantage on, among women. couple things jumped out at me. this is from "the washington post" poll yesterday, mitt romney is at 50% unfave, 40% faif. barack obama 39% unfavorable, mitt romney's having trouble getting people to like him. that's a very big problem. the other thing that jumped out at me is this question of the bailout by two to one margin -- >> the auto bailout. >> the auto bailout, voters there in ohio like the bailout and said it's been good for the economy. you see this in poll after ohio poll. >> wow, those are some pretty strong numbers. you've been talking to ohio republicans. what are they saying? what are their concerns? are they
, at least, you feel like there's a pulse and the pulse extends to where peter thiele sold stock. >> facebook up 7% premarket. we'll see if that holds because there was a lot of, jim, weekly call buying going into this. >> right. >> yesterday the recommendation from mike coe, if it stays above 20 you want to roll up and out. >> interesting. >> you want to be more bullish. >> it's incredible. everybody i know says they got in at the bottom on facebook. well, congratulations. i do think this was breakthrough in the sense that he did it in a sarcastic way but he says the deal is disappointing. this is a repudiation of the july 26th conference call that took that stock from $26 to $18. we needed to hear it, if only just to begin the conversation of maybe facebook isn't the most outrageously overhyped, let's stop talking about the fact that the wedding took place and it was bad to be on a honeymoon, honeymoon with him, no honeymoon with investors. we're getting a discourse that is not cat calling and making people feel like this was the dumbest thing ever to be in the stock. it wasn't after yester
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